I unfortunately ordered one too big and I’m waiting for the smaller one to come in. But I will say when I originally received my cuff, you can see instantly the passion the maker has for their craft with how the quality comes out in these. I have no issues with the price because of the time and effort put into everything they do. You can clearly see that. I have waited a long time to find something along these lines and I am stoked that I came across Studerbaker. You guys do amazing work and this cuff will not be my one and only purchase.
My girlfriend and I wear them daily. The quality is amazing and the monogramming has held up really well.
I don’t normally write reviews for products, but I have to commemorate Studebaker and their customer service. I ordered two cuffs right before Christmas last year in 2021. Despite missing the deadline, the cuffs arrived, monogrammed before Christmas. My girlfriend and I wear them daily. The quality is amazing and the monogramming has held up really well.
I really love the Workshop Cuff. I am usually quite reluctant to wear cuffs, but this one is special. I love the style, the fit, the quality. I wear it every day withtout getting tired of it. I really love this cuff. Thank you Studebaker Metals !
Really pleased with the fit, the quality, and the aesthetic of this cuff.
Studebaker really does it right. Just wish I knew whether or not I can swim or wear these in the shower.
Glad you are enjoying the cuff!
Water cannot hurt the metal. That said, the chemicals used to balance the pH of a swimming pool have a tendency to “clean” metal, so that would likely result in brightening it up a bit. Salt water tends to react more drastically with copper and brass, but it can create some interesting colors! Again, won’t hurt the piece, but it may affect the finish a bit. Shower water is usually pretty neutral, but soaps can have varied effects depending on their chemical composition. Hope that helps!